tv The Stream 2019 Ep 138 Al Jazeera August 28, 2019 10:32pm-11:00pm +03
and more than 400 people went missing in the old pepsi factory i saw my prisoner shooting civilians as they fled and i got separated from his mom and sister in the mayhem he believes they were buried in the roads were cleared by security forces along with others including isis fighters. we asked for their last rites and certificate we can't even start the process without the death certificate and they won't give us one until they have a body the bodies are now decomposed and probably mixed with i saw bodies under the rubble and i'm not alone this is a collective issue that needs to be at rest the cleanup will take millions of dollars and the local municipality has lost more than 70 percent of its equipment during the war even after 2 years it's an overwhelming task. has become a sissy of rubble we have formed a committee to deal with the old city and it'll start working soon to give us an inclusive outlook for basic ordination in finding effective mechanism. during the
intense battles and most of the small graveyards were formed those who suspect their relatives are under the rubble also want proper burials and possible closure for some of the other they are the old city of mosul. at least $25.00 people have been killed in an attack on a bar in mexico that happened on tuesday night in the southeastern city of course the attack of started a fire which injured several other people police say the blaze may have been gasoline bombs now the u.n. says a 1000000000 children in the world are living in poverty and they're not just in the poorest countries in the u.s. california has one of the highest rates of any state and the lack of affordable housing is making it worse rob reynolds reports from the town of watsonville that's just south of san francisco. less than 50 kilometers from the vast wealth of silicon valley michelle basara her daughter and granddaughter live in
a dilapidated trailer without running water or indoor plumbing think we have summer to stay you know because the hardest part we've been going everywhere to the shelters in every place trying to find somewhere to live 3 year old phoenix is one of millions of american children living in poverty a family asked us not to show the toddlers face to protect their privacy we basically told they were going camping for the summer so. she thinks we're going you know that we're here camping nearby a community service organization called loaves and fishes serves free meals on thin at the salvation army shelter it's really hard especially i have 3 kids one way a.d.h. it's hard they get the president gets rid stout raymond conoco runs the watsonville social services organization community bridges it's really you know 2 things it's
the rising cost of housing and it's the stagnant wages the reality is that the needs are systemic they're systemic based on a capitalism that has gone awry the amount of affordable housing for very low income families fell by more than 60 percent since 2010 the trumpet ministration has proposed slashing $8000000000.00 for subsidized housing and to triple rents paid 570-0000 of the poorest public housing residents in local elementary schools here most children receive free meals $30000000.00 us children get free or reduced price meals at school recent proposed changes by the trumpet ministration would strike half a $1000000.00 from the program nationwide there are nearly $13000000.00 kids living in poverty according to the activist group the children's defense fund. that's nearly one out of every 5 children in the united states poverty 6 kids
ability to learn the number one indicator that actually affects education level on a team and level of poverty raising a family in poverty is an emotional burden for caregivers like michelle but sarah and i think i was already a pretty humble person but now i just feel degraded you know and just look down on . humiliation hunger and homelessness in the wealthiest state in the wealthiest country on earth rob reynolds al-jazeera watsonville california still ahead on the news that. you are the weird little girl weirdo. today i'm upset . will tell you why.
it is time for sports now and joe has an exclusive report from kenya yesterday's al-jazeera has uncovered doping amongst kenyan athletes training alongside some of the world's top runners the country's officials say they're trying to do their best to stop it but banned drugs like the blood boosting e.p.o. easily available and as katherine sawyer found out when she traveled to kenya's rift valley they use is an open secret has her exclusive reports. it 10 is popularly known as the home of champions not only does the small town boast of producing some of kenya's greatest athletes thousands of others from around the world come here to train because of its high altitude but in recent years kenya's prominent image in the world of athletics has been tainted by doping allegations we
talked to accolades who admitted to doping and told us it's common practice this rana asked us not to reveal his identity he said he felt under pressure to succeed here he's filmed receiving an injection while training for a big race. i know doping is bad but as runners we have to support our families through whatever means the 1st time i went for it i lost and that prompted me to take the risk because this is my livelihood. athletes we talked to said it's quite easy to get e.p.o. in many pharmacies it's a controlled drug mainly use for a many patients back to the right price doctors not of them pharmacists provided for honest this pharmacist who also asked to keep his identity he then sobs runners who give him a card from their awnings we sent him to buy this dose of e.p.o. which he did within hours despite it at leats. given to 6
outlets we also met as boca prop one of dozens of athletes banned by the world anti-doping agency has won 3 world championship titles but tested positive for using e.p.o. to prop maintains his innocence it's had. the signs of you know which i believe there must be. conspiracy but it's the science era kenya's doping money to say with thousands of athletes and stretched resources keeping checks on everyone has been a challenge we need to clean up all across even. so the if the core values of competition. the spirit of sports where. i'm still happy that they completed there is. number one but but i finished the half marathon that is the spirit to want to prove. that this is
a lucrative sport and some of those we talked to said as long as this corruption and ran as willing to risk everything to make money copping cheating on is be difficult catherine are just 0. kenyan athletes had already been on the world anti-doping agency's watch list for the last 3 years and here is why around 50 have been punished for breaking anti doping rules in the last 5 years among them boston and chicago marathon when a rita jep 2 in july report by the athletics integrity unit listed kenya as the 3rd most cheating nation in the sport behind russia and india officials in kenya say that it's because more dopers are being caught the most to be substances e.p.o. the blood boosting drug that increases oxygen in the body but other athletes a failed drug tests by using steroids and a common assman drug that can also increase muscle mass under tighter rules kenya's athletes now need to have at least 3 clean out of competition tests before
competing at this year's world championships in doha to the tennessee u.s. open now where many of the men's top seeds have been knocked out in the 1st round david stokes has the action we know we are but it was a 1st rate in day for several top players in new york including great 8 seed stephanos it surpassed you would. have to run to get the umpire he went on television for search to play. with the 2nd grand slam running that he's lost his acting match and afterwards he did admit that he's struggling mentally i feel like i'm doing the same thing over and over again in my brain can really take it any more i don't feel inspired. he wasn't the only high profile casualty 4 of the top 10 seeds fell on tuesday austria's full seat dominant team went down to the unseated italian thomas fabiano current catching of and rip. also on their way home
we were with so many threats out of the way it means the drill has really opened up for rafa nadal the spanish 3 time champion dropped just 7 games against australia is john millman to cruise into the 2nd round. which may carry aussies through to the last stop on the sherman was up entertaining the flushing meadows trout until after 1 am even finding time for a late night dance in his victory over city jumps and. the main upset in the women's stroll was the exit of 2017 champion sloane stephens she was beaten in straight sets by rushes and the current skier. defending champion niamey osaka got off to a shaky start but she did eventually come through in 3 sets against an uplink over time sometimes i think. american teenager really got the crowd going at her u.s. open debut the 15 year old was given a wild card after reaching the 4th round at wimbledon this summer and fall from a set down to beat anastasia. b.
c i mixed up for golf she'll face him gary and player tell me about boss in round 2 david stokes al-jazeera has been a shock commission from new zealand's and rugby world cup squad to prop forward owen franks has more than $100.00 caps to the defending champions but he didn't make the final list of $31.00 names heading for japan next month. we believe the records are still big mobile. number ones a number of stories. and in this case we just go as it with. more so than he and the 4 had to make a tough decision did you make. out that guy obviously he's very disappointed but you know i won't go into details about what we see real like but very respectful. of how he can't with it and again it's america to me 134 year old club barry football club has been thrown out of the english football
league a takeover bid for the 3rd to club collapsed on tuesday when the barry missed a deadline to show it could pay off its debts that the 1st team to drop out of the english football league in 17 years fellow league one club bolton could face the same fate they've been given 14 days to find a buyer or prove they have the funds to complete the season bolton who used to be inappropriately go one of the founding members of the football league and can trace its history back 145 years that champions i expose them us when game against apple nicosia late if they are to reach the group stages the way for champions league for red star belgrade have booked their place and celebrated by writing an armored personnel carrier through the streets of the serbian capital that young boys have burned on the way. earlier in the day fans are putting decommissioned yugoslav army tank outside the belgrade stadium causing a diplomatic upset with neighboring croatia. that is all useful for now i have
a list joe thank you very much for that and that does it for this news hour but do stay with us we have a not a full news bulletin for you in just a couple of minutes but all the latest updates from london by the prime minister has that part of them to be suspended to stay with us. legally prescribe for the pain relief of the sick but taken in life threatening doses by millions in search of a fix. huge illegal shipments of the opioid tramadol are flawed because toxic. people in power goes to nigeria to investigate the devastating addiction epidemic that is even fueling the bulk of insurgency. west africa's opioid crisis on and. they call this bleeding the tree.
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a documentary. rewind continues we have to be announced in a letter to the president i read about it and this is the the proudest day of my your private life that was a real turning point because that gives them a lot of confidence that they can beat any team in a shoe on al-jazeera. we've got to be bringing forward new and important bills that's why a queen's speech we're going to do it but the 40. the u.k. prime minister confirms palme and will be suspended just weeks ahead of the brics that deadline the opposition calls it a coup. hello
and welcome to al-jazeera live from my headquarters and millions of the parana also ahead again and government forces launch an attack on you eat separatists and control of aiden's international airport. a state of alert in gaza after 3 police officers were killed in suicide attacks meant to i so and an open secret al-jazeera uncovers doping amongst kenyan athletes training alongside some of the world's top dramas. we begin with breaking news on break certain u.k. prime minister abbas johnson will suspend apollo meant until mid october or many a saying this is a bid to ensure that the u.k. leaves the european union by the it toy the 31st deadline the opposition is calling the move a coup saying it would leave members of parliament a little time to debate breaks it promise to johnson and says though that this is
the right thing to do. this is a new government with a very exciting agenda to make our streets safer which very important we bring violent crime down we need to invest in our fantastic n.h.s. we need to level up education funding across the country we need to invest in the infrastructure that's going to take this country forward for the decades and we need to deal with the cost of living moving to a high wage high productivity economy which is i think what this country needs to be and to do that we need new legislation we've got to be bringing forward new and important bills and that's why we are going to have a queen's speech and we're going to do it on october the 14th well let's go now to our correspondent lara flynn who's joining us live from london and we have heard so much criticism an outrage so how will the prime minister navigate those lines what's his plan. as
a starting point is that ever since he became prime minister. around himself with the people who were in charge of the believe in the referendum and who all the most . of all the bricks that the man who's more or less is chief of staff now. he. thinks that basically as as a group of people. they are not fit for purpose and the way in which this administration has framed the brics a challenge now is very much seen as the people's parliaments the people gave governments a mandate to leave the european union and parliament they say is simply obstructing us and getting in the way and so for all the things that boris johnson said in that sound bites about we've got a new government we need a new queen's speech he doesn't have to do any of those things now he doesn't need a queen's speech actually to do some of these bits of policy you want to do it so
it's in that sense. but by. out of the way for a full 5 weeks and limiting the amount of time they have to try to 0 unseat him and his plan is effective thrown down the gauntlet see them saying do you actually have the will and the result to try to get rid of me to get rid of my government and potentially to reverse bricks it's literally with about 6 weeks or 6 weeks to go and so it is a complete standoff now between him and his policies and those people want to try. and time. for the against. one of the options in the short period of time they have. ended. it had been their plan to legislate creates a new law. which would delay brecht sits with
a view to the european parliament the european council and the european union giving them more time to go back to formulate some of the deal but in order to do that they that there needs to be a mechanism by which they can pass a law and the trouble is you've only got one week next week actually the week before in parliament starts before it's going to be suspended and there's nothing actually in that 5 day period allows them to create a new law to do that so that's one problem for them the other problem is if they try to have a vote of no confidence in the government to try to. thing like that it relies on at least 20 or 30 conservative politicians so votes against their own government is not it's all clear if the numbers are actually there to do that so it's becoming perilously difficult for them to try to work out exactly how they going to do it they're still saying they're going to go down the legal routes to to try to form a new law to stop it. work out when they're going to be able to do that because the gap between the queen's speech on the 14th of october and then the european council
meeting on the 17th is leaves and no time to do it but this is why the key there's so angry so many people saying this is a coup a constitutional outrage this for example from the opposition leader john mickel been it is a constitution that rage this is an attempt by a prime minister who is elected by a very small number of people in the country who's served to party membership to ride roughshod over power meant and prevent any legislation and debate that would stop this country leaving the e.u. without a deal and all the problems that it would cause he seems to want to run headlong into the arms of donald trump. more determination to see this before this is extraordinary he needs to be held to account by parliament not by shutting down parliament but by attending parliament announcing the questions. the other thing that's caused a lot of anxiety here mental sushil experts is the role of the queen in all this
nonpolitical figure has now been asked formally by boris johnson to suspend almonds placing her in the middle of this row between the importance of the executive of governments parliaments who are those 2 is the most important and that's and that's the invidious situation for her to be in and that's why people saying this is completely uncharted sochi for the u.k. and the democratic crisis really thoughtful for the country we've never been in. lawrence thank you very much for that for now that is lauren in london thank you. we're going to move on to other news now and yemen's u.n. recognized government has launched an attack against u.s. backed southern separatists in aden would have taken control of the international airport and presidential palace it's the latest move to recapture the port city from the separatist forces 2 weeks after they lost control of it all flights to the airport were suspended workers evacuated due to the fighting and the u.n. says at least 40 people have been killed in several days of fighting hundreds more
have been engineered. there silliman is the director of the office of foreign affairs of the southern transitional council in new york and he says the move is likely to further destabilize the region. fortunately the legitimate government the internationally recognized government has proven to be incompetent dysfunctional it has corrupted from the largest from the highest ranked government official to the lowest it is also has has proven over the past couple of weeks that as directly and there is evidence that there are strong ties between the military forces that are loyal to the internationally recognized government and to radical forces of course they haven't in the liberated cities in the liberated governorates they haven't even provided even of some of the basic services and there is no
tolerance level that continue continues to decrease regarding as far as the popular well on the. people's grievances actually the southern transitional council and the saddam forces were actually the main reason why the government even had a. or some ground to govern from which is done and some of the southern governor it's as far as the fighting has proven over the past couple of weeks of the power sorry the past week. and mad units have mobilized from there all to destabilize the situation large. military groups what have you with have used weapons have mobilized to show what to destabilize ship what that is under the protection of the. security forces of the southern transitional council all. as
a as opposed to using those military forces to liberate. the yemeni areas that are still under the. opposite the occupation of these. now hamas has declared a state of alert in gaza. after 3 police officers were killed in 2 separate silverside attacks the 1st blast at a police checkpoint where 2 officers died and less than an hour later there was a 2nd explosion at another checkpoint in the city killing a 3rd officer as thought the attacks were carried out by groups linked to i saw. the most of these events only serve the israeli occupation which tried to stab the palestinian resistance in the back what the occupation could not achieve by launching walls on gaza not be achieved by such bombings. very force that has the latest from gaza. well this is the funeral procession for 2 of the 3 hamas police but policemen who were killed in a double attack late on tuesday night are reporting suggests that one attacker came
with an explosives laden motorcycle he left out of one checkpoint just an agent remotely killing 2 policemen he then went on with explosives attached to himself and designated himself in those explosives killing a 3rd policeman this is an assad which has come out of the blue there are people on the streets here to market it has shocked people in gaza hamas for all of the failings inside gaza the economic troubles the security problems with israel have come to at least rely on hamas to some extent for internal security so this has come as a shock there's a good deal of outrage and support for what we understand to be a crackdown being undertaken by how our security forces against the suspects and this goes suspects be sol office pro isis al qaida style ideology groups now they have long been opposed to what has been going on in the south of gaza in
terms of hamas is cooperation with education security egypt is trying to crack down on this movement in the sinai peninsula and recent in recent years hamas has been cooperating with the gyptian security kind of people over making it harder to get across the border there was an attack such as this in 2017 in southern gaza but this attack has come right in the center of gaza city so we understand there have been arrests made a mass does monitor the activity of these groups extremely closely and so the fact that this is happening has come as a shock both to hamas right around to the people here. to the head on the bottom brazil agrees to accept international aid to find the amazon forest fires but insists.